Than reinstall those programs to secondary disk.
Hi, I've applied the update trought Windows Update, everthing works fine, no problem. Now, if I want to create an ISO of the installation files, It's ok if I use ESDtoISO?. I ask because after if I do that the files on the ISO are no the same as the files on the $WINDOWS.~BT folder (There are more files there). For example, the work or the store folder. (The final ISO file is 3,095,258 KB)
I installed it on my PC but on my laptop it's not showing yet maybe I have to wait for a few days to appear.
It didn't clobber my default programs...kept Chrome, Windows Media Player, VLC, etc. Everything is where it was.
It threw up a notification that I had to fix Microsoft apps on other devices for them to work on this computer, but I don't think I even have any Microsoft apps on my phone.
Cortana's "Ask me anything" is back on the toolbar, but clicking on and typing still uses the non-Cortana search (yay!).
It seems to be a little faster, but that could be just "confirmation bias".
not auto updates settings????? or disable them???? I press advanced settings and nothing appears to choose auto updates or other choice
Should the Notification Icon, show a little preview of the App that is giving the notification, sure I read it does
When I get Notifications, the icon turns white and I get a badge with a number, but no little preview of the App sending it
So far I updated my desktop only to the AU. Took about 40 minutes this morning and I was pleased to see that it went fairly painlessly.
I have User folders on my D: drive, several internal HDDs and SDDs, a Creative Sound Card, an NVIDIA 980 video card, and a PCI Firewire card connected to an M-Audio Firewire 410 audio interface device. I also run WS12R2E as my home file server.
- like the Dark Theme... something neat
- Defender icon is always present on the Taskbar... annoyance that I'm sure I can 'unpin' to fix
- uses the Creative, NVIDA, and Firewire devices just fine which tells me it retained my existing installed device drivers
- WS12R2E Connector appeared to have been removed.
* I'm guessing that simply installing it again should re-establish the connections to the server and will try this evening
- partitions appeared to remain intact; will verify tonight
- will WU for the .10 update this evening.
So far so good! Have two lappies and another desktop to update as well.
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I was there looking for Hash values... I wonder if the whole shebang disappears in 90 days or so ?